Nov 18, 2017
G’day, welcome, bongiorno, and please don’t stick your appendages into concrete. Welcome, I’m Nuke, your host and editor, here to present Adamsmith, all one word, not all lowercase. It is a proper name for a 6 kilometre wide body with proper motion, named for the economist Adam Smith (1723–1790), Scottish...
Nov 11, 2017
Well folks, good evening, good morning, good afternoon in whatever time zone you reside. I did promise Adams without the family, and here it is, incorporating two fine flashes. Adams the rock measures about 13 kilometres across, tip to tip, and has a year that lasts almost 1500 days. More time, Adams, and...
Nov 4, 2017
And fine whatever time of day it is to all of you. Hi, I’m Nuke, your host and editor. Thanks for joining me for show number 234 of the AntipodeanSF Radio Show, Adamries, a stony beast nothing like a dragon, carbonaceous and stony at the same time with a 23 hour day, named in honour of the famous German mathematician...
Oct 28, 2017
Hi, hola, hello. This is Nuke. Welcome to the AntiSF Radio Show Adamovitch wherein we’ll attempt a rescue and similarly attempt to remind you what it was like when you were a god. Seriously. This is story time in the midst of Adamovitch, a Florian with a year that lasts 1175 days.
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Oct 21, 2017
Hoya is not a greeting, but it is a plant. Hi folks, furry, friendly, far out. This is the AntipodeanSF Radio Show Adalberta, another heavenly being discovered by Max Wolf. At about 10 kilometres in diameter, it won’t lend you much weight. But you’ll still have the mass.
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